Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP)

Projects


The Shasta Regional Transportation Agency (SRTA) prepares a four-year program of planned transportation projects that either will receive federal funds, or are regionally significant--despite the funding source.  This comprehensive program of regionally significant surface transportation projects is developed in consultation with the public, as well as federal, state, city, county and tribal partners.


Shasta 2017 FTIP

The Shasta 2017 FTIP is a four-year program of projects for the maintenance, operation and improvement of the transportation system. Covering fiscal years 2016/17 through 2019/20, the document includes transportation projects with federal funding and/or projects of regional significance. The Shasta 2017 FTIP was adopted September 13, 2016 by the SRTA Board of Directors and federally approved December 16, 2016.  
  
Questions or comments on the Shasta 2017 Shasta FTIP may be directed to SRTA senior transportation planner Kathy Urlie by phone at (530) 262-6194, or by email.

2017 FTIP Amendments 

Shasta 2017 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 5 (9-15-2017) - The amendment updates one grouped project listing and one individual project listing.  Additionally it makes a grouped project table listing revision for one grouped project listing.  The amendment includes revisions to Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5310 and State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) funds. These include:  adding funding for Dignity Healthy Connected Living to purchase two new buses, totaling $140,000; and modifying one pavement rehabilitation project and adding one new roadway rehabilitation project, both on State Route 299 near and in Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, totaling $103.6 million.  Formal Amendment No. 5 was forwarded to Caltrans on September 18, 2017, for recommendation of approval to the U.S. Department of Transportation.  Inquiries may be directed to Senior Transportation Planner Jennifer Pollom

Shasta 2017 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 4 (8-18-2017) - This amendment revises three grouped project listings and three individual project listings. Revisions include:  Redding Area Bus Authority (RABA) passenger loading improvements; RABA and Burney Express transit operating assistance; advancing RABA buses acquisitions; adjusting funding and years for RABA capital equipment acquisition; adding $3.5 million Highway Maintenance funding for a State Route (SR) 36 overlay project; and adding $4.2 million safety and preservation Minor funding for four separate improvements to Interstate 5, SRs 44, 151, and 273.  More detail is included in the amendment. Formal Amendment No. 4 was forwarded to Caltrans on August 18, 2017, for recommendation of approval to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Federal approval was received September 26, 2017. Inquiries may be directed to Senior Transportation Planner Kathy Urlie.
 
Shasta 2017 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 3 (5-26-2017) - The amendment revises four grouped project listings, adds one grouped project listing, and adds an individual project listing.  FTIP Formal Amendment No. 3 was forwarded to Caltrans on May 26, 2017, for recommendation of approval to the U.S. DOT.  Federal approval was received June 6, 2017.  Please contact senior transportation planner Kathy Urlie if you have questions.

Shasta 2017 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 2 (3-3-2017) - This amendment revises three grouped project listings, and one individual project listing--with two of the listings including revisions to Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Sections 5307 and 5339 formula funds.  FTIP Formal Amendment No. 2 was federally approved March 21, 2017.  Please contact senior transportation planner Kathy Urlie if you have questions.

Shasta 2017 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 1 - Formal (9-30-2016) - Activates the grouped project listing for Safe Routes to School by adding programming for the city of Redding's Bidwell Road project.  Construction funding was delayed from FY 2014/15, and is now programmed in the 2017 FTIP for FY 2016/17 use.  FTIP Formal Amendment No. 1 was federally approved December 16, 2016.
 
2017 FTIP Grouped Project (GP) Listings
Federal regulations allow agencies like SRTA to group or combine projects that are not considered to be of appropriate scale for individual listing. Grouped projects may also be called “Lump Sum Projects.” SRTA is required to maintain a detailed list of the projects contained in each group, as follows:
    - Operating Assistance to Transit Agencies (211-0000-0057)
    - SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction (211-0000-0074)
    - SHOPP Collision Reduction Program (211-0000-0075)
    - SHOPP Roadway Preservation Program (211-0000-0078)
    - Highway Bridge Program (211-0000-0083)

    - Pavement Resurfacing and Rehabilitation on the SHS - HIghway Maintenance Program (211-0000-0090)
     - Highway Safety Improvement Program (211-0000-0093)
    - Safe Routes to School (211-0000-0095)
    - SHOPP Mandates Program (211-0000-0098)

     - Safety, Shoulder and Pavement Resurfacing and/or Rehabilitation on the SHS System - Highway Maintenance (211-0000-0108)
     - Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities in Shasta County (211-0000-0115)
    - SHOPP Mobility Program (211-0000-0119)
    - Planning Activities (211-0000-0120)
    - Railroad/Highway Crossing (211-0000-0121)


Final 2015 Shasta FTIP

The final Shasta County 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) is a four-year program of projects for the maintenance, operation and improvement of the transportation system. Covering fiscal years 2014/15 through 2017/18, the document includes transportation projects with federal funding and/or projects of regional significance. The 2015 FTIP was approved by the SRTA Board of Directors on June 24, 2014.  Both the 2015 FTIP and Formal Amendment No. 1 (see below) were approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation on December 15, 2014. Please direct 2015 FTIP questions to SRTA senior transportation planner Kathy Urlie at (530) 262-6194.

2015 FTIP Amendments
 
The following hyperlinks of amendments include the transmittal letter describing the revisions.
 

SRTA 2015 FTIP Modification No. 10 - Administrative (8-26-2016) Administrative Modification No. 10 makes adjustments to the grouped project listing for Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)-funded projects.  Projects altered with this modification include two city of Redding ones, and one county of Shasta.  Senior Transportation Planner Kathy Urlie is available if you have questions.
 
 SRTA 2015 Modification No. 9 - Administrative (7-20-2016) made revisions to the Transit Operating grouped project listing for the county of Shasta  Federal Transit Administration (FTA) 5311(f) Federal Fiscal Year 2017 Intercity Bus award for its Burney Express service.  The total project cost is $232,641, of which $175,836 is FTA 5311(f) funding.  Please do not hesitate to contact Kathy Urlie if you have questions.
  
SRTA 2015 Modification No. 8 - Administrative (5-19-2016) made grouped project listing revisions to Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction and Safety Improvements on May 19, 2016.  Please contact senior transportation planner Kathy Urlie if you have questions.  

SRTA 2015 FTIP Modification No. 7 - Administrative (4-11-2016) made a grouped project listing revision to Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction projects.  SRTA approved the administrative modification on April 11, 2016.    

    SRTA 2015 FTIP Amendment No. 6 - Formal (4-6-2016) programmed three group project listing revisions:  
    Safety Improvements; Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities in Shasta County; and Planning Projects. 

    Formal Amendment No. 6 was recommended by Caltrans on March 25, 2016 for approval, and approved by the Federal Highway and Federal Transit Administrations on April 6, 2016.

    2015 FTIP Amendment No. 5 - Formal (1-8-2016)
      
    Formal Amendment No. 5 was approved by Caltrans and the Federal Highway and Federal Transit Administrations on January 8, 2016.  

     2015 FTIP Amendment No. 4 - Formal (7-31-2015)
     
    Formal Amendment No. 4 to the FTIP was approved by SRTA on July 31, 2015, and August 17, 2015 by the US Department of Transportation.  

    2015 FTIP Amendment No. 3 - Formal (4-28-2015)

    SRTA 2015 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 3 was approved by the SRTA Board of Directors on April 28, 2015, and by the U.S. Department of Transportation on June 4, 2015.

    2015 FTIP Amendment No. 2 - Formal (2-10-2015)
         
    Formal Amendment No. 2 was approved by the Federal Highway and Federal Transit Administrations on February 10, 2015.

    2015 FTIP Amendment No. 1 - Formal (12-15-2014) 

    Formal Amendment No. 1 was approved by the Federal Highway and Federal Transit Administrations on December 15, 2014. 


    Archived FTIPs


    The 2013 FTIP was adopted by SRTA on June 26, 2012. The Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (FSTIP) was approved by FHWA December 14, 2012. Comments or questions regarding the 2013 Shasta County FTIP may be directed to SRTA senior transportation planner Kathy Urlie by phone at (530) 262-6194, or by email.

    View all archived amendments and TIPS.

    Please contact Kathy Urlie if you have questions. Federal regulations allow MPOs to group or combine projects that are not considered to be of appropriate scale for individual listing. Such projects may be grouped by function, work type or geographical area and must be consistent with the exempt project classification contained in EPA’s “Transportation Conformity Regulations (40 CFR part 93).” Such grouped projects are often referred to as “Lump Sum Projects Listings.” Once grouped, the MPO is required to maintain outside of the TIP, a detail list of the projects contained in each group.Federal regulations allow MPOs to group or combine projects that are not considered to be of appropriate scale for individual listing. Such projects may be grouped by function, work type or geographical area and must be consistent with the exempt project classification contained in EPA’s “Transportation Conformity Regulations (40 CFR part 93).” Such grouped projects are often referred to as “Lump Sum Projects Listings.” Once grouped, the MPO is required to maintain outside of the TIP, a detail list of the projects contained in each group.